Iowa Central taking Who's Who Nominations for 2015
by Iowa Central Information
Posted on 2/11/2015
Who’s Who Among Students In American Junior Colleges is a national honors program. Each year, we have the opportunity to nominate students who exemplify Iowa Central through their outstanding participation and leadership inacademics, extracurricular activities (anything extra the student is in involved in that’s affiliated with Iowa Central. Students qualify even if they are receiving credit or compensation/scholarships), and community service (anything extra the student is involved in that benefits the community. Students qualify even if it is part of their coursework. Example would be share what you wear). Iowa Central Community College can nominate up to 150 students for this program. We will begin taking nominations immediately, please see the link below!The committee will review applications through March 4th, 2015.
In order to qualify students must have a minimum GPA of 3.0, completion of at least 30 (total)college credit hours, and involvement in extra-curricular and community activities that they do not receive payment or college credit for. Students can be nominated by faculty or staff. We also encourage students to nominate themselves by contacting a faculty member to submit a nomination form on their behalf. Nomination forms will not be accepted from students.
To get a nomination form go to: http://www.iowacentral.edu/who.asp or stop by Student Records. A committee will review the applications and determine the finalists.
Finalists will be honored at the Night of Academic Excellence on April 7, 2015 to qualify for a chance to win a scholarship as well as have something to add to their resume.
Diversity is important to me. For people to learn and grow, there must be diversity in the workplace, schools, and sports. That is another reason I wanted to go to Iowa Central; there are so many people here from across the world, all with different backgrounds and life experiences. I saw Iowa Central as an opportunity not only to grow in both academics and in athletics, but also to become a stronger person.